New Connacht Signing Scores Incredible Solo-Try In Final Super Rugby Game
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Connacht have been pretty active over the last few months, recruiting a number of new players, as well as a new head coach in Australian Andy Friend after a disappointing season under Kieran Keane.
Robin Copeland, Colby Fainga’a, David Horwitz, Sevu Reece and Kyle Godwin will all be lining out for the western province this coming season alongside current stars Bundee Aki, Kieran Marmion and Ultan Dillane.
Speaking of Godwin, the Brumbies centre was in action this morning as the Australian franchise played their final Super Rugby game of the season against the Waratahs, and boy did he impress.
The centre scored an incredible solo-try, stepping his way through the midfield before gathering his own beautiful chip. This lad looks like he’s going to be one hell of a signing for Connacht.
Two words… Kyle. Godwin!
Our summer signing scored this sensational try for the Brumbies in his final game before joining us at The Sportsground 🔥 pic.twitter.com/KuGEyjsDns
— Connacht Rugby (@connachtrugby) July 14, 2018